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AFVs ALL
By Country(572)
Common Names
By Date(572)
AFVs by Country
Britain(100)
Canada(35)
Czechoslovakia(13)
France(30)
Germany(205)
Hungary(5)
Italy(28)
Japan(30)
Poland(8)
Sweden(11)
U.S.S.R.(71)
United States(36)
AFV's by Mfg Date
1915(1)
1917(4)
1918(1)
1920(2)
1921(2)
1924(2)
1926(3)
1927(2)
1928(1)
1929(3)
1930(6)
1931(8)
1932(16)
1933(10)
1934(11)
1935(29)
1936(13)
1937(13)
1938(38)
1939(56)
1940(64)
1941(60)
1942(84)
1943(69)
1944(65)
1945(9)
Guns by Country
Austria(1)
Belgium(1)
Britain(29)
Czechoslovakia(4)
Denmark(3)
Finland(1)
France(25)
Germany(113)
Hungary(2)
Italy(19)
Japan(13)
Netherlands(4)
Poland(2)
Sweden(9)
Switzerland(4)
U.S.S.R.(57)
United States(36)
Guns by Mfg Date
Unknown(172)
1902(1)
1904(1)
1911(1)
1912(1)
1914(2)
1917(1)
1918(4)
1923(1)
1925(1)
1927(3)
1928(1)
1929(1)
1930(7)
1931(2)
1932(6)
1933(5)
1934(9)
1935(13)
1936(9)
1937(9)
1938(13)
1939(9)
1940(10)
1941(15)
1942(10)
1943(5)
1944(8)
1945(3)

Details of vehicles produced/used in United States
between 1930-1945

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3 inch Gun Motor Carriage M10
3 inch Gun Motor Carriage M10A1
37 mm Gun Motor Carriage M6
57 mm Gun Motor Carriage T48
75 mm Gun Motor Carriage M3
76 mm Gun Motor Carriage M18 (Hellcat)
90 mm Gun Motor Carriage M36
Assault Tank M4A3E2 (Jumbo)
Gun Motor Carriage M12
Heavy Tank T26E2 (M45)
Heavy Tank T26E3 (M26 Pershing)
Heavy Tank T26E4
Heavy Tank T26E5
Howitzer Motor Carriage M7 (Priest)
Howitzer Motor Carriage M8
Howitzer Motor Carriage T19
Light Tank M24 (Chaffee)
Light Tank M2A4
Light Tank T9E1 (M22 Locust)
M20 Armoured Utility Car
M3 Half Track
M3A1 White Scout Car
M8 Greyhound Armoured Car
Medium M2
Medium M2A1
Medium M3,M3A1,M3A2 (Grant)
Medium M3A3 (Grant IV)
Medium M3A4 (Grant VI)
Medium M3A5 (Grant II)
Multiple Gun Motor Carriage M13

The data that has been used to create these records has come from Wikipedia, The Lone Sentry, The Bundes Archive and numerous books and websites that have provided the detailed information that has not been available anywhere else. The information we use to calculate the penetration tables, flight times and the hit probability comes from the Gun Calibre, the Shell Mass(Kg) and the muzzle velocity, plus range reductions to allow for gravity and wind resistance. This calculation originally came from a pre-war Krupp calculation which has been modified, and seems to fit the actual test results.

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